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Category Archives: medical
First, I am not a Doctor or have any special medical training, so whatever you read here is just a guide to help you get started on your search for information on closing wounds.
If this is a subject that …Read More...
This winter I have seen a lot of flu going around, but so far we have been lucky and neither my wife nor I have had it. However, in doing some genealogy, I found where several children in my family …Read More...
It’s not a matter of if, but when a pandemic will occur. Flu and other type of pandemics have happened throughout history.
Three flu pandemics happened in the 1900s. Near the end of World War I, the 1918 Flu Pandemic …Read More...
Today I was thinking about the subject of blood pressure and how it could affect you during a long-term emergency. Doing a bit of research on this subject I came across this excellent explanation of what blood pressure readings …Read More...
The other day I wrote an article on washing clothes, but what happens when you don’t have enough water to wash with. Do you and the clothes just get dirty and stink. Now I am talking about real dirty not …Read More...
Medical issues have never been one of my strong points. But, I have had some training an experience over the years. What this has done is taught me how little I really know. As a result I try and accumulate …Read More...
For thousands of years people have survived without the use of antibiotics. Many early treatments for infected wounds involved honey. Both the Smith Papyrus of 1700 B.C. and the Ebers Papyrus of 1500 B.C. describe the treatment of severe …Read More...
For people like me who are getting older and even for some of you younger people, eyeglasses can be a problem. Here is the link to a previous article I wrote on this subject Be Sure You have Extra Glasses…Read More...
Cayenne peppers, also known as cow-horn pepper, aleva, bird pepper, or, red pepper, is a hot chili pepper used to flavor dishes. This is one of my favorite spices and I use it on almost everything.
Cayenne peppers can …Read More...
Carbon Monoxide will become a danger to many people if we are forced to heat and cook with alternate methods. It is a gas that is not well understood by the majority of the population. In the past, I have …Read More...